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THIS WEEK’S TOPIC
“Faith Development in a UU Context, Part 3”
This Sunday, I continue with a series of sermons on faith development by focusing on the importance of stories. Muriel Ruykeser stated, “The world is not made of atoms. It is made of stories.” Faith development does not occur through abstract ideas or theories but through stories which touch us deeply or convey a truth that stirs and awakens us. As Flannery O’Connor wrote, “A story is a way to say something that can’t be said any other way.” We are drawn to stories that help us make sense of our lives and bring all the separate threads of our lives together. Traditionally, myths served this purpose. Are there modern myths or grand stories that serve this purpose? What did Carl Jung mean when he wrote: “The most important question anyone can ask is: What myth am I living?”
I look forward to seeing you Sunday.
Speaker: Rev. Ed Brock
Worship Leader: Josh Loew